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Chokan system
a system mentioned in the port access codes of an old YT-1300 found in the Imperial scrap yard on Dathomir. Han remembers that there was some sort of plague that existed there. Both he and Prince Isolder worked as smuggler there at one time or another. (CPL)

this restraining device was used to control an individual, most often a slave. Once the collar was secured around the being's neck, it was impossible to remove without the proper access code. The master could control the collar with a small remove, causing it to constrict at the touch of a button. If the wearer got too far from the control unit, the collar would recognize that it was no longer in range and begin constricting. The remote controls of many collars were also equipped dead-man switches, which would immediately signal the collar to start constricting if the master holding the remote was killed. (TFNR)

this is another name for the somago. (COG)

this Klatooinan was one of Jabba the Hutt's early bodyguards. Chokk was well-paid to ensure that Jabba was well-protected, in the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. (IG1)

this Bloxian worked for the Linkaas Corporation as a thug and hired gun, along with his brother Bakk. (SWJ1)

Chell's lover, Chokla was also a member of the Five. Chell and Chokla discovered that Chewbacca had escaped their Menagerie, and freed its denizens. As they turned to warn the other members of the Five, the Wuzzek attacked. Chokla managed to escape and warn them, but Chell was killed. Chokla, however, was hunted down with the rest of the Five and killed by Wuzzek. (CSWDW)

a form of hot chocolate. (IR)

this mammalian creature was native to the moon of Yavin 4. Note that the quick reference guide to Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided indicates that the choku is an avian creature. (GQRG, SWGAL)

Chol Ka
this was the name of a large, public garden that was once located in Derem City, on the planet Kamino. (GORW)

this forested planet was known as the homeworld of the nexu. (VD2)

this young man was one of Ren S'orn's friends on Simpla-12. Cholly, along with his buddies Weez and Tup, were bumblers at best who worked hard not to work at all. The three friends agreed to help Obi-Wan Kenobi and Astri Oddo investigate Ren's death and the machinations of Jenna Zan Arbor. After Tino told Obi-Wan and Astri of Captain Yur T'aug's halt to the investigation of Ren's death, Weez, Cholly, and Tup followed the two to Coruscant. They hoped to find the location of Zan Arbor's hidden stash of medicines and vaccines, taking them and selling them for a huge profit. They had planned to steal them all along, but Ren had told them to stay away from Zan Arbor. Weez felt that if the trio could see Ren's belongings, they could locate the stash and obtain the medicines. The trio returned to Simpla-12 with Obi-Wan and Astri, but were unable to help them infiltrate Zan Arbor's lab. The trio tried to redeem themselves by helping Astri locate Ona Nobis, first tailing the bounty hunter on Sorrus and then following her to Belasco. In the end, the boys never saw any fighting, but provided "moral support." They agreed to travel to Coruscant with Astri to work as Didi's Café. (EVE, TDR)

this Bakurna man was a computer slicer who was active during the early years of the New Republic. (GUN)

Cholus, Aven
born into the prestigious Cholus family of the planet Pencael IV, this woman was trained as a pilot in her youth and planned to join the Imperial Academy like her brother Senn. However, she found herself morally opposed to the oppression of the Empire, and deserted her family to join the Alliance. She was soon assigned as a pilot to Scandium Team, and became the leader of the Team's flight crews when Jouffer Talamiin was injured in the Battle of Gendrah-Narvin. She earned the Alvace Star at the Battle of Fendry, and was one of just six members of Scandium Team to survive the Wellte-ir Massacre, where she rescued the other survivors from the Umber Banks. Aven was assigned to Gale Team, but her inability to leader the former smugglers led to a demotion. She served the rest of her military career as a shuttle pilot, but harbored a great deal of guilt at the loss of Scandium Team. (SWJ11)

Cholus, Senn
this man, a member of the renowned Cholus family of Pencael IV, was a decorated Commander within the Imperial Navy at the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ11)

a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "drum". (GCG)

Chom Frey Kaa
this Old Republic Senator was implicated by Pol Secura as the primary financial backer of the glitteryll development project. When Vilmarh Grahrk returned Quinlan Vos to Coruscant, he agreed to betray the Jedi Knight and turned him over to Chom Frey Kaa for a huge bounty. However, the betrayal was part of a plan developed by Mace Windu and Quinlan, as a way to get Chom Frey Kaa to admit his part in the glitteryll plans. Chom Frey Kaa was arrested and sent to trial for his corruption. (SWT)

Chommel Minor
this planet was located in Chommel Sector. (HNN4, HNN5)

Chommell Sector
this lightly populated area of the galaxy contained thirty-six planets which belonged to the Old Republic, including Naboo. Some 40,000 other planets maintained sizable settlements, and 300,000,000 barren stars filled the airless gaps between systems. (X2)

this was one of several scavenger species native to the planet Lutrillia. Like the smaller nippers, chompers fed on all manner of inorganic material, and a pack of chompers could dismantle a stalled vehicle or other mechanical item in short order. (WOA33)

this Yuuzhan Vong creature resembled an immense worm. It was designed to chew through rock and ore, digesting it into a form of plasma to create mining vents and tunnels. The plasma it created in its gut was later forcefully expelled in a directed spray, spewing molten energy at the direction of the Yuuzhan Vong to form a perimeter around the excavation. (GMR10)

Chon Actrion
this ancient Jedi Master was known as the "Architect of Freedom." (VD2)

see Cho Nor Hoola (SWGAL)

a dim-witted creature. (TFE)

a small, burrowing creature native to the planet Kirdo, the chooba is the primary source of food for the Kitonak. A single chooba can sustain a Kitonak for almost a month. The Kitonak hunt them by standing still and mimicking a sulfaro plant, the favorite feeding site of the chooba. The chooba are nomadic, always searching for a growth of sulfaro on which to feed. (GG4)

this was a vulgar slang term for the male genitals. (HSE, TTSB)

a plant which produces a tasty legume served as a snack or appetizer. (TJP)

this young Enzeen was living on D'vouran when Tash and Zak Arranda arrived there with their uncle, Hoole. He greeted them when they disembarked, although he was actually hoping to lure them into the wilds and allow the planet to feed on them. Chood was killed in a struggle over the Heart of D'vouran with Hoole, when he fell off a platform and into the pit. (GOF1)

Chooru Delb
this was a noted Rodian actor, perhaps most famous for his portrayal of the title character in The Trickery of Vosdia Nooma just before the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Choppa Chawa
this was the Huttese word for Podracing. (GMR5)

this Imperial stormtrooper served as part of the Aurek-Four unit of the Imperial 501st Legion during the years following the formation of the Imperial Remnant and the signing of a peace treaty between the Empire and the New Republic. (FB)

this old, blind Jazbinan was assigned by Prepredenko to guide Luke Skywalker in his search for Syayna. Choraw claimed to be able to negotiate the old sun crystal mines by memory. (VQ)

this planet is the only planet orbiting a small sun in the Chorax System, located between Folor and Talasea. Much of the planet is covered with thick vegetation broken by wide lakes, and the world was known as a haven for smugglers and pirates during the New Order. (XWN, RSG)

this edible plant was grown on the planet Vernet. It was often mashed and served as a gruel, or mixed with flour to form chor-cakes. (SWJ15)

a shortbread made from chorba by the natives of the planet Vernet. (SWJ15)

Ch'ord Sy'fon
this Bothan information broker was one of the many underworld contacts maintained by Sagoro Autem and the Senate Guard, during the final years of the Old Republic. However, when Chancellor Palpatine declared himself Emperor and took control of the galaxy, Sy'fon decided that he had better be on the winning side, and began to provide information to Imperial spies. One piece of information he provided was the location of Sagoro Autem, who had come to Sy'fon to ask for help in escaping arrest, shortly after the end of the Clone Wars. Sy'fon betrayed Autem's trust, revealing his whereabouts to Darth Vader. (RL)

this Rodian pirate is somewhat more cultured than his average relative, but still has a mean streak. Chordak did not use violence for the thrill of violence, which was a departure from the Rodian norm. He plied the spacelanes in his freighter, the Oo-ta Goo-Ta, travelling though the Minos Cluster and springing traps on unsuspecting transports. His usual plan of attack was to wait in a spaceport, searching for a suitable target. He then placed an explosive charge on the transport, which he could remotely detonate. He then followed the transport through hyperspace to its destination, where he would detonate the explosive. The crippled ship would then be easy prey. Chordak had hoped to catch the attention of the Imperial forces which occupied the Cluster during the Galactic Civil War, but never received an Imperial commission. (GG6)

a musical instrument which can be modified via the addition of tonal datacards to play different types of music. Talon Karrde gave one to young Valin Horn as a birthday present. (SOP)

this was the name of a noted Pho Ph'eahian individual. (UANT)

this Rodian was a member of the Chattza clan, and was a member of the Black Sun organization during the Galactic Civil War. Chorh-dha worked directly for Green, but was actually working for Clezo. As Clezo established his power base, he hoped to assassinate Navik the Red and replace him with Chorh-dha. This would allow Chorh-dha to become a Black Sun puppet, and would bring in the most powerful Rodian clan to the criminal organization's empire. (SESB)

Chorios II
this is one of the primary stars in the Chorios Systems. It is the primary star of the planet Nam Chorios. (POT)

Chorios Systems
a group of star systems found in Meridian Sector, the Chorios Systems are a group of star systems clustered close together. Among the stars are Chorios II and the trio of inner stars: Brachnis, Nam, and Pedducis Chorii. (POT)

Chorka's Chop House
this restaurant was located on the planet Andasala. (GG11)

this Imperial Moff controlled Parmorak Sector until he was mysteriously eliminated by an unknown assassin. It was rumored that his killer was Kassar Kosciusko. (CRO)

Chorlian Sector
this area of the galaxy, located on the fringes of Wild Space, was represented in the New Republic, although it was known for its lawlessnes. (SOP, WOA26)

this group of shipjackers was brought to justice by Valance the Hunter during the height of the New Order, after the bounty hunter located their base on Donadus. (SWMW)

this ancient Wookiee was one of the few who remained loyal to Freyyr, even after Chuundar exiled him from Rwookrrorro, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. When a group of Jedi Knights - on Kashyyyk to locate a piece of the Star Map - discovered Chuundar's treacherous plans, Chorrawl brought them to Freyyr. When he learned that Zaalbar was with the Jedi, Chorrawl agreed to help them depose Chuundar and replace him with Freyyr. (KOTOR)

this Trandoshan pirate, known to his associates as "Jungle," was one of the first beings to actually domesticate mynocks. He used these trained mynocks to attack the ships he wanted to board, sending flocks of the creatures into space to begin disabling his prey. Chorssk's mynocks differed in many ways from their wild cousins, not the least of which the fact that they were born from a female instead of being created by fission. The young ate their mother, and were viable adults in just hours. Chorssk acquired his mynocks from a remote planet, where the natives used them to hunt. (WOTC)

this short, plump, fur-covered race is native to the planet Chortose. The Chortose resemble small, large-eared Wookiees, and are extremly curious. (GG6)

this planet is the homeworld of the Chortose race. (GG6)

Chosen Land
this was one term used by the leadership of the Yuuzhan Vong to describe the galaxy. The term referred to the fact that they had fled Yuuzhan'tar millennia before the Battle of Yavin, hoping to cross the intra-galactic gulf to reach a new home. (NEGC)

Chosen One
this individual was prophecied by ancient Jedi legends, the origins of which were lost over the millennia. The basic premise of the prophecy was that a being would be born of the Force, seemingly brought into the world simply by the presence of midi-chlorians. The Chosen One would be born to a mother who was not naturally impregnated, a conception enacted by the will of the Force. This being would be incredibly connected to the Force, with a high level of skills even before training. This balance, however, could only be achieved after a period in which the Dark Side of the Force grew strong. According to the larger prophecy, the dark times would literally unfold across the galaxy, and the Chosen One would be born in their midst. Eventually, the prophecy proclaimed that the Chosen One will bring balance to the Force throughout the galaxy. Jedi historians often overlooked the fact that the legend never said anything about the Chosen One actually being a Jedi Knight. The legend simply stated that the Chosen One would bring balance to the Force. Qui-Gon Jinn rightly believed that he had found the Chosen One when he discovered Anakin Skywalker on Tatooine. The Jedi Order, however, refused to fully accept the presence of Anakin as the Chosen One. The Jedi Council had insulated itself so far from the galaxy that they were unaware of the rise to power of Darth Sidious. Ultimately, Qui-Gon was proven correct, although the entire galaxy suffered for it. Anakin eventually became Darth Vader, and the Jedi Knights were nearly exterminated, leaving two Sith - Darth Sidious and Darth Vader - and two Jedi Knights - Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda. However, Sidious' power continued to grow, a factor not explicitly covered in the legends. As the Emperor gained power, first Obi-Wan and then Yoda died, leaving just Anakin's son Luke as the sole Jedi Knight. Luke's strength in the Force brought Anakin into contact with his son at the Battle of Endor, where Anakin fulfilled his destiny by destroying Darth Sidious. The deaths of Yoda and Sidious, along with Anakin's return to the Light Side of the Force, eliminated the imbalance caused years earlier. Luke's own new Jedi Order recognized that the Force was not simply light and dark, but a single entity comprised of both good and evil. The appearance of the Yuuzhan Vong and the planet Zonama Sekot only provided more evidence as to the true nature of the Force, as a single force that was neither light nor dark. (SW1, AOTCN, LEV, E3N)

Chosen One
this was the name of a fanatical cult leader whose followers sought to expand terrorist activity on the planet Lannik, in the decade leading up to the Battle of Naboo. This Chosen One hired the bounty hunter Aldar Beedo to eliminate Even Piell, the Jedi Master who singlehandedly fought off seven terrorists during a skirmish. (IG1)

Chosen Ones
this term was used by the t'landa Til that ran the false religion on Ylesia. To the pilgrims who flocked there, the Chosen Ones were the most devout and pious of their numbers. Their devotion was honored with a blue sash indicating their position as Chosen. They were told that they were to be the emissaries of the colony, when in fact they were sent off as prime slave labor to the spice mines of Kessel or Ryloth. Particularly beautiful humanoids were sometimes shipped off to Imperial pleasure houses. (TPS)

Chosen Race
this was the name used by the Yuuzhan Vong to describe themselves, especially in the context of their existence beneath the True Gods. (T)

this was the Snivvian word for "winter." (HNN5)

a large beast, often refered to in a humorous way when one is hungry, as in "I could eat half a chou-shou." (SME)

this Huttese word meant "welcome" in the Basic language. (GMR5)

this starchy vegetable is grown on the planet Lianna, and is often combined with grains to form a thick battle that can be fried or baked into a shell. Any sort of meal can then be served in the shell. Choya can also be dried and used as flour to make bread. (ML)

this lupine creature was the son of Palud, but he didn't believe in the Alliance. Choyd chose instead to run with the Freelies on Vorzyd 5. He later came to hate the Alliance when Palud was killed helping Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa escape Imperial capture. He was part of the Freelie team that kidnapped them and held them for Imperial ransom. (CSWEA)

this Givin pirate was, at one time, a priest among his people and an expert in "transfinite hyperspacial mathematics." He dreamed of being rich, and resigned his priesthood after the Fractal Heresy. He soon found work as an astrogator aboard a bulk freighter, but his xenophobia forced him to find other work. He was later employed by a the Duros who owned the Tesserahedron, which Chrag'mak'al eventually purchased out from underneath the Duros and manned with Givin officers. He used the Givin's ability to survive for a short period in hard vacuum to his advantage during boarding operations, breeching his victims' ships and allowing the interior atmosphere to bleed out, killing all aboard but leaving the ship open to Givin takeover. (PP)

Chrech Estha
this being was a native of the planet Churruma, where he served as an influential shaman. When Imperial forces invaded the planet, Chrech Estha urged his people to fight back against the "white-shelled oppressors." His actions earned him the ire of the Empire, and he was quickly captured and sent to the spice mines of Kessel. Churruma was subjugated, and Chrech was forced to work in the mines in order to survive. One of the things he managed to keep with him was his ceremonial staff, which was carved with ancient runes and was a symbol of the people of Churruma. Chrech hoped one day to escape from Kessel and return to his people, to help them throw off the yoke of Imperial control. (GORW)

this Yuuzhan Vong Shamed One was promoted to chief acolyte in the wake of Shoon-Mi's attempt to assassinate Nom Anor. (FH3)

this planet, the primary world in the Chrellis System, was the site of an Alliance base that was used just before the Battle of Yavin, until a passing Imperial fleet set up shop near the system. (NEGC, RASB)

Chrellis System
this system's asteroid belt provided a suitable base for the Alliance. The Chrellis base was used just before the base on Yavin 4, until a passing Imperial fleet set up shop near the system. (RASB)

this city, located on hte planet Merakai, was the site of a Khil spaceport. It was destroyed by the Empire after the Khil staged a demonstration against Imperial rule at a TIE hangar. (GG12)

this tiny, rodent-like creature survived by feeding off the power of computers and other small, electronic devices. The average chroma-neeka preferred to curl itself up inside a computer, feeding off the power and causing a variety of malfunctions as it fed. (SWJ4)

this was a gambler's slang term for any being who worked within the corporate and political bureaucracy to exploit the knowledge that some people are too stupid for their own good. They could steal just about anything out from underneath corporate security, or pose as a government official to steal secret information. (SWJ4)

this strong fabric was used to create a minimal form of armor. Chromasheath was an iridescent fabric similar to leather in its appearance and uses. (FFT, HSE, CSA)

Chroma-wing Flier
this was the name given to the adult stage of the Ruurian lifecycle. Chroma-wing fliers were single-minded creatures that existed simply to eat, fly, and mate. This made them invaluable to their species' survival, but they were incapable of leadership. Thus, larval Ruurians were the individuals who actually ran their society, tending the chroma-wing fliers and the pupae in order to perpetuate their race. In many respects, the chroma-wing flier retains nothing of its larval self, and many Ruurians try to live their lives to the fullest while larvae. (HSL)

this blue-white ore was mined on several worlds, including New Brigia and Allyuen. (BTS, WOA33)

this metal was rumored to be found in great quantities on Aduba-3, but the rumor was proved false. Nevertheless, chromium was one of the primary metals used in the creation of droid plating, which had to be as light as possible, yet provide modest durability. (MC7, VD)

this patented synthetic chemical was created by BioTech, and was used in synthflesh. It quickly determined the victim's genetic structure and modified itself to match it. This allowed skin grafts to grow quicker, and greatly reduced the chance of rejection. Because chromostring resulted in faster regrowth, field surgeons could cut deeper into a wound to cleanse it or remove debris without fear of their patients being unable to heal fast enough to avoid infection. (CFG, ROD)

this planet was the site of an Imperial prison facility during the height of the New Order. (PG1)

this planet was located in the Inner Rim, near the Vaathkree Trade Corridor. Chorna was the only habitable world in the Chrona System, providing agricultural resources for many neighboring systems. It had little axial tilt, thereby maintaining a consistent growing season almost year-round. The average day on Chrona lasts 25 standard hours, and its year lasts 348 local days. Much of the planet was controlled by crimelords and gansters as the New Order dawned upon the galaxy, the result of the economic boom experienced when lodes of chronamite were discovered during the last years of the Old Republic. (SWJ12)

this valuable mineral was discovered on the planet Chorna. Unfortunately for the farmers of the planet, chronamite was also discovered to be poisonous to the banthas and other livestock they raised for food. In its unrefined state, chronamite was a shiny, black rock. Once refined, the strong metal was used to create anything from ceiling supports to starship hulls. (SWJ12)

Chronelle, Titi
this man was a slave, living in Mos Espa on Tatooine some two years before the Battle of Naboo. He was one of the slaves who were not taked during a slave raid by Krayn, and explained what happened to Amee and Anakin Skywalker. (JQ)

Chronicle, The
this was the name given to the unusual artwork that adorned the walls of the Prime Chamber on Yoggoy. When seen up close, the Chronicle appeared to be little more than a jumble of colors. However, when viewed from a distance, the subtle colors resolved themselves into a pictorial history of the Colony's expansion since The Crash. (DN1)

this Coruscant-based newsfeed provided timely biographies of the galaxy's most notable beings, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN4)

the equivalent of a clock or watch, the chronometer can be adjusted to match the diurnal patterns of almost every world in the galaxy. Most of the mass-produced chronometers are initially set to Coruscant standard time. This term is often shortened to simply 'chrono.' (SWSB, JS)

Chronos Belt
this asteroid belt was located between the planets Velusia and Velumia, in the Velus System. (CCW)

this Phuii was a ntoed podracer during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (BF4)

another name for Chrysalis Beast. (DE2)

Chrysalide Rancor
see Chrysalis Beast (DSSB)

Chrysalis Beast
a huge beast that the reborn Emperor Palpatine uses to guard his Citadel on Byss following his second reincarnation. They were created from the energy of the Dark Side of the Force, and grow in undergound chambers. They resemble rancors in shape, although they are much larger and have more humanoid characteristics. Palpatine unleashed the beasts when the New Republic launched a sneak attack on the Emperor's citadel using Balmorran Viper Automadons. The beasts were able to channel away the effects of the Vipers' weapons due to their attachment to the Dark Side, and easily destroyed the war droids and the Republic soldiers inside. (DE2)

this beautiful woman was the Tieress of Ventooine, during the early years of the New Order. After Chrysalla met Han Solo and began to fall in love with him, she decided to break the tyrannical monarchy of the Satab by taking possession of the Shadeshine and using it against the Satab. She managed to hold of the Satab long enough for the debilitating effects of the Shadeshine to age him until he died. She then entombed herself in the Hall of Satabs, guarding it so that no more tyrants could rise up to control Ventooine. She gave the Shadeshine to Solo for disposal. (LTA5, MCA2)

a valuable gemstone. Lando received a number of them as part of his reward for returning Dack Tymmo to Duchess Mistal. Note that The Far Orbit Project denotes this stone as "chrystopaz." (SWN, JS, FOP)

Darth Sidious dispatched Darth Maul to this planet, in an effort to ensure that the spice business on the planet was turned over to the Trade Federation. Upon learning that the trade was to be given to the Federation, the natives of Chryya destroyed all the spice-making equipment and factories, rendering the economy provided by the spice worthless. Maul had not anticipated that the natives would act on their prinicples, and was punished by Sidious for his failure. (JDM)

Chryya-class Fast Courier
this exceptionally fast Hoersch-Kessel courier ship was developed during the last decades of the Old Republic. (YDR)

this rubbery amphibian is native to the swamps of the planet Naboo. The chuba resembles a large, splay-footed frog, and subsists on a diet of green glie and smaller animals. They are considered to be delicacies by the Gungan race, and are often eaten by nuna. (SW1)

this is a Huttese pronoun which means "you" or "your," depending on its usage. (IS1)

this was the name of a Bilar which starred as the main character in a series of animated children's holovids which were popular during the early years of the New Order. The clever pet of a young girl, Chubar had a high level of intelligence not often associated with members of the Bilar species. The voice of Chubar was provided by Garik Loran. (SOC)

one of Fidge's pets, Chubb was a small reptile that buried itself in the ground. (TGH)

Chubb Scutt
an alien on Nar Shaddaa. (DE1)

this was a swear word used by the Squib race. (TG)

this was the native language spoken by the Chubbits of Aridus. (EGP)

a reptile race native to the deserts of Aridus, the Chubbits were drawn into the Alliance when Darth Vader planted an actor on Aridus. The actor was to portray Obi-Wan Kenobi, in an effort to trick Luke Skywalker to the planet. The actor became Vader's nemesis, though, when he began to believe in what Kenobi and the Alliance stood for. The Chubbits were taken by the false Kenobi's passion and valor, and assisted him in the destruction of Imperial troops. The average chubbit stands about a meter tall, and has mottled green skin. (CSW)

Chubby Gundark
this Nyubba-class barge driver was owned by the SoroSuub Corporation during the height of the New Order. This particular driver held the record for hauling thirteen barges over a distance of thirty-five parsecs or more with an uncontrolled landing, due mainly in part ot the skills of her captain, Bungo Bung. (SWJ11)

Chuck Bratz
this young boy was the older brother of Donni Bratz. During the last years of the Old Republic, Chuck was known as a bully, and preferred to spend his free time in game arcades. His four thumbs proved to be a valuable asset when playing the many games, especially shoot-em-ups. Chuck and his family were aboard the Reasonable Doubt when Jedi Master Yoda and a group of Jedi traveled to Vjun to meet with Count Dooku. (YDR)

a raucous creature native to the moon Yavin 4. (JE)

a gelatinous food source. (TJP)

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